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Filling The God-Sized Hole This Christmas

Filling The God-Sized Hole This Christmas

by Leesa K. Donner Most of us spend the Advent season buying things to fill that giant space beneath our Christmas tree. We search for the latest and greatest items for those we love. We shop, we click, we wrap, and then – in an exhausted heap – we fall into bed. Today, after all the goodies under your […]

The War on the Religious Right

The War on the Religious Right

    By Michael Greer Our dear friend, Trevor Louden, is a true American hero. He is a tireless and thorough researcher. He discovered a document from the “Secular Democrats” to Joe Biden. In a nutshell it requires the end of Religious Liberty. It says the Democrat Party must “take back the mantle of religious […]

Calvary Chapel Pastor Ken Graves: ‘You are pleasing man; not God’

Calvary Chapel Pastor Ken Graves: ‘You are pleasing man; not God’

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—”You are being cowards. You are pleasing man and not pleasing God,” said Calvary Chapel Bangor (Maine) Pastor Ken Graves during Fireside Chat 199. “There are many (pastors) who justify their fear, their cowardice. God says woe unto the shepherds that the flock was scattered and they didn’t go after them […]

Tonight 5PM Pacific Time- Free to Watch | Non-Essential – Worship, Pray, Educate, Unite!

Tonight 5PM Pacific Time- Free to Watch | Non-Essential –  Worship, Pray, Educate, Unite!

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“If Jesus could change Nicky Cruz, He can change you”

“If Jesus could change Nicky Cruz, He can change you”

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—”If Jesus could change Nicky Cruz, He can change you,” said evangelist Nicky Cruz at The Return at the Washington Mall on Sept. 25.  The former New York gang member from Puerto Rico was rejected by both his father: a satanic priest and his mother (involved in black magic) who told […]

After Weeks of Violent Protests, Some Now Call for Toppling of Jesus Statues

After Weeks of Violent Protests, Some Now Call for Toppling of Jesus Statues

BY BOWEN XIAO   As statues of historical American figures, including those of former presidents, are being forcibly torn down across the nation, Black Lives Matter activists are now beginning to target Christianity.  Historical churches are being defaced as some call for statues of Jesus to be torn down.  “Yes, I think the statues of the white European […]

Trump Declares Places of Faith Essential: Governors Should Let Churches Reopen This Weekend

Trump Declares Places of Faith Essential: Governors Should Let Churches Reopen This Weekend

BY ZACHARY STIEBER President Donald Trump on Friday said governors across the nation should let churches and other houses of worship reopen this weekend if they haven’t already done so. “I call upon governors to allow our churches and places of worship to open right now,” Trump told reporters at the White House in Washington. Governors are free to […]

History of Prayer in America (Part II: Post-Revolutionary War)

History of Prayer in America (Part II: Post-Revolutionary War)

    By William J. Federer (Editor’s Note:  This two-part series on the History of Prayer in America is a precursor to the May 7th National Day of Prayer and a Ventura County Prayer Call on the same day.) On November 8, 1783, at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, Massachusetts Governor John Hancock issued: “The […]

History of Prayer in America (Part I: Colonial Days & Revolution)

History of Prayer in America (Part I: Colonial Days & Revolution)

    By William J. Federer Days of Prayer have a long history in America. Colonists declared Days of Prayer during droughts, Indian attacks and threats from other nations. Edward Winslow’s record of the Pilgrims’ experiences, reprinted in Alexander Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims (Boston, 1841), stated: “Drought and the like considerations moved not only every […]

Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy: ‘Handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up’

Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy: ‘Handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up’

By Michael Hernandez  NEWBURY PARK—“A handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up,” said Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy during Sunday’s livestream service.  “These were not hand-picked executives but the lowest of the low.  Twelve men took on Rome.  They were ill-equipped, impoverished and had no weapons. “God is going to take this rag-tag group of disciples […]

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